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Einsteindks
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Default Busted screen!

I downgraded to a Droid Razr Maxx, for the time being. It looks like these phones can be easily opened and screens replaced. I had planned to use the cash for my car, but it can wait as my phone cannot.

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If you don't mind, I'd love to see some pics of the replacement process

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Here is a great walk through Droid Maxx Droid Ultra Droid Mini XT1080 XT1080M : http://youtu.be/HJ0989c6TXI
 
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I effed up the earphones speaker getting it out, so I also bought that, and you must have a t4 for the screw next to the rear camera. It's TINY! Motorola didn't skimp on the thread lock for the screws, so make sure you're pressing down firmly while turning so they don't slip out and strip the screws fitting. The bottom part of the faceplate total assembly will be loose, but it shouldn't be played with. I found out my frame was broken in a thin spot, and I was happy about that strangely enough. Kind of made getting the whole glass assembly worth it.

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